69. The Anti-Racist Society is one of the most financially successful nonprofit organizations in history. Its fundraising machine is well-oiled. Despite having assets of a quarter of a billion dollars, seven times its annual expenses, it continues to fundraise aggressively, and typically spends millions of dollars less than it raises.
a. By continuing to raise funds aggressively when it has more than enough money to reasonably pursue its mission well into the future without doing so, is the Society’s behavior ethical?